The Elevated Feet Mixed Grip Body Row is an effective exercise for back strength and can easily be adjusted to different fitness levels. Differs from Mixed Grip Body Row as the elevated feed increase difficulty.
How to and step by step instructions:
- Hang on the bar, legs and core straight and set you feet in an elevated surface.
- Extend and relax arms, keeping core engaged.
- Use a mixed grip, one palm facing forward and the other towards you. This is the starting position.
- Bend your arms, bringing the chest close to the bar.
- Hold a few seconds and extend the arms returning to the starting position.
Hints & tips:
- Maximum effort occurs if your feet are slightly above your head's height, when hanging with extended arms.
- Works all muscles needed for the pull up.
- Strengthen back muscles.
Counting & gamification:
- Aim for 3 series x10 in a session.
- Use different grips, such as in Elevated Feet Body Row.
Muscles worked and body parts involved:
Primary muscles: Shoulder, Triceps, Upper Back
Secondary muscles: Forearms, Chest
The exercise can be found with other names. Examples are:
- Elevated Feet Mixed Grip Body Row
- Elevated Feet Mixed Grip Inverted Row
- Elevated Feet Mixed Grip Bodyweight Row
- Elevated Feet Mixed Grip Horizontal Pull Up
- Elevated Feet Mixed Grip Body Row Parallel Bar
- Elevated Feet Mixed Grip Australian Pull Up